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Campaign choir's sad send-off before subways filled in by TFL


A CHOIR has helped say goodbye to the colourful subways that help pedestrians avoid a traffic-crammed junction.

The walkways beneath Elephant & Castle's northern roundabout are soon to be filled in as Transport for London (TfL) begins w... read on


FORMER paramedic Bob Garbutt wants you to join him on the Thames Bridge Bike Ride to raise money for the Stroke Association. read on...

TV GARDENER Alan Titchmarsh visited a South London hospital to unveil a piece of art honouring organ donors. read on...

DID you know that there was such a person as a Bubbleologist. read on...

IT has been quite a year for Natalie Abrahami. read on...

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BREAKING SPORT

DULWICH Hamlet hosted a Maidstone United title party at the end of this goalless draw as the hosts came within a point of clinching a play-off place.
Met Police lie three points behind the Champions Hill outfit with a better goal difference, so Gavin Rose's side must travel to Tonbridge Angels on Saturday to confirm a place in the end-of-season knock-out.

But Hendon's 0-0 draw against Grays Athletic confirmed that the Stones were champions - and thousands of their fans invaded the pitch to celebrate on hearing the news.

Hamlet had the best chances of the game in front of a gate of 3,000 - one of the biggest ever crowds at their ground.

The goalless scoreline belied a tense and exciting game, with Stones winger Matt Bodkin showing why he has helped his side to the top of the table.

But the astute substitution of Albert Jarrett for Jack Dixon helped to inject pace into Dulwich's assaults, and also neutralised the threat of Bodkin on the flanks.
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DULWICH Hamlet hosted a Maidstone United title party at the end of this goalless draw as the hosts came within a point of clinching a play-off place. ... read on
Crystal Palace 0 West Brom 2

TONY Pulis made a winning return to Crystal Palace as his West Brom side took a major step towards Premier Leagu... read on
MILLWALL had the best of the chances on a quiet afternoon at the Cardiff City Stadium but could not make the hosts pay on a workmanlike afternoon in W... read on
TONY PULIS says the huge investment in players at Crystal Palace means their climb up the table is not a shock.

And the West Brom boss - go... read on

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